FALEETAA LIBERATED TOTALLY! SYRIAN ARMY AND ALLIES SLASH TERRORIST ARTERIES IN DAMASCUS; SUPPLY ROUTES PLUGGED AS ALQAEDA FOLDS

قتلى أتراك وأفغان في ريف دمشق وتدمير سيارات أسلحة بحلب

DAMASCUS:  The Syrian Army High Command issued the following communique yesterday concerning military developments in the Qalamoon. (Translation by Ziad Abu Fadel, Esq., Michigan Supreme Court certified translator):

“The operations of the army and the armed forces in cooperation with Popular Defense Units and the Lebanese National Resistance continue in order to achieve complete control over the Qalamoon Foothill Barrens along the length of the Syrian-Lebanese border after inflicting upon Jabhat Al-Nusra (Al-Qaeda) and ISIS huge losses in personnel and materiel.

“The achievements of our armed forces in the Qalamoon constitute a mortal blow to the terrorist scheme in this area and squelches the fantasies of those who supported it.  (It also) contributed to the strengthening of transportation security between the Southern Area and the rest of the areas just as the operations, likewise, contributed in securing the border with brotherly Lebanon and cut the supply routes and crossings; shutting down the Eastern Portal of the Qalamoon toward the Central Area.

“The Syrian Arab Army performs its sacred tasks in confronting terrorism according to a strategy controlled by military necessity which has been imposed by strategic goals to eliminate terrorism from all the soil of the homeland”.  

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FALEETAA FOOTHILLS:  Just in, the Syrian Army and its allies have crushed completely the Zionist-American rat presence in the Qalamoon.

Al-Zabadaani:  The SAA and its allies struck hard and deep here at areas still infested with Zionist-Jordanian-supported rats.  A rocket launcher was destroyed in the Eastern Mountains.  These rodents were identified as Syrians:

Ahmad Diyaab

Saraab Hamdaan

Bassaam Dhumayriyya

Shafeeq Rahma

Ahmad Qaassim

Muhammad Jamaaleddeen

‘Ammaar Al-Khateeb

Sayfuddeen Al-Ashrafaani

Another 13 were presumed foreign.

 

Zamalkaa:  2 rocket launch pads were destroyed by SAAF flying out of Mazza Air Base with a nest also confirmed destroyed. No assessment.

 

The Syrian Air Force was particularly active over these areas:  Misraayaa, Jawbar, Jisreen.

سلاح الجو السوري يستهدف مواقع الإرهابيين في حرستا وجوبر بريف دمشق

 

Bayt Tayma Village:  A warehouse for weapons was completely destroyed:

Bahaa` ‘Assaaf

Mustafaa Ghummayza

‘Abdul-Ra`oof Al-Jabali

 

Bayt Saabir Village:  A nest and warehouse were targeted and destroyed completely. No other details.

 

Waadi ‘Ayn Turma:  Another arms depot was destroyed along with a pickup truck armed with a 23mm cannon.

 

Fighting reported in Marj Al-Sultaan, Al-Nishaabiyya.

 

الجيش: عملياتنا مستمرة بالتعاون مع حزب الله حتى السيطرة على كامل جرود  القلمون

Doumaa:  At the Jarra Roundabout. SAA clashing with ‘Alloosh’s demoralized rats.

 

Aaliya Farms:  Closing in on ‘Alloosh’s lair.  He may be in Saudi Arabia for all we know.  But, it’s nice to get warmer.

 

Harastaa:  A mortar launcher was destroyed.

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

John Esq. forwards this news article exposing the baloney about Syria. Students of propaganda will love it:

https://consortiumnews.com/2015/06/03/nyts-new-propaganda-on-syria/


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Syrian army vows to capture region along Lebanon border http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-06/06/c_134301696.htm DAMASCUS, June 5 (Xinhua) — The general command of the Syrian army stressed Friday the military forces’ resolve to fully capture a barren region along the borders with neighboring Lebanon, the official SANA news agency reported. In a statement, the military general command said the operations in the rugged Qalamoun region, north of the capital Damascus and along the borderline with Lebanon, will continue in the barrens of that mountainous region until dislodging the rebels from Syrian border towns. It added that the Syrian military backed by the Lebanese Shiite… Read more »
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SAA pull back in disorder from al-Ma’sarah and Mahambel towns to the east of Jisr Shughur. The Idlib salient is no more. These Iranian troops had better hurry up otherwise the M4 highway will be under rat control and the route into Latakia wide open.

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Actually, they already pulled back even more. Latest is: Ain Al-Hamra. Haven’t seen vids suggesting disorder. Seems SAA pulled back directly when attacked. I suspect they will stop them somewhere around Frikka.

Salient should been abandoned shortly after Jisr and Idlib city fell. Was a lost cause.

Wait and see… if they can’t stop them at Frikka…. hummm.

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.762254&lon=36.418476&z=13&m=b&search=%20%D8%AD%D8%B1%D8%B4%20%D8%A8%D8%B3%D9%86%D9%82%D9%88

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Jaish al-Fateh have also taken Tel Sheikh Khattab mount, west of Ain al-Hamra. They are 3 km (2 miles) from Frikka.

Flanders
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Yes, goes very fast. Wait and see where they will be stopped. Should be soon assuming this was planned. If not… Houston, we have a problem.

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I announced this bad news on the previous article of Ziad. Obviously he insulted me and called me a “terrorist” and “rat”. I begin to doubt the mental and psychological health of Ziad Al Fadel.

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Idlib salient is not important in the greater scheme of things. Suleimani has completely changed the strategy. Lot’s of rewiring will take place now. It’s great because the urgency is out of the system. It no longer matters if smaller towns are lost, the reconfiguration will result in a stable core country, able to function economically and safe, many outlying areas will be left to the rebels.

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Which is what should have happened months ago. Instead they wasted lives and left huge amounts of ammunition and equipment for the rats. There’s no point in trying to hold Deir-ez-Zor or Idlib with such long supply lines especially when the north of Latakia is not secure and there are large pockets of fighters near Damascus (in Ghouta) and north of Homs.

The threat now is the supply lines to Aleppo being cut.

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The target for SAA and their allies must be Jisr Shughur as Ziad has written about, it looks strategically vital on the map.

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Z… a great picture of the dead decaying subhuman cannibalistic vermin….I truly hope they met a horrific demise !!!
Victory to the Syrian people and the UNBEATEN SAA !

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Qalamoun II has been a very well managed campaign, with solid and quick results, just read in the web that is estimated 800 KIA for rats so far, plus WIA, this is a big blow to the terrorist supporting countries attempt on Syria and Lebanon, it will give Syria a much solid grounding to advance in rat territory once troops are liberated, understandably rat news are down playing the huge losses in Qalamoun.
Looking forward to see Zabadani liberated and all Qalamoun rat free.

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Al Monitor is well known to be biased against Syria, but this article is very good in showing how effectively Hizballah uses media in their favor and to promote their point of view.
We heard many times here at Syrper folks asking when Syria would aggressively do a pro marketing on their cause to the global community, anyhow a good provocation to all.

http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2015/06/hezbollah-media-manar-changing-syria-israel-message.html

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I think the key battle would be at Frikka. But, some sources say the battle is already over: SAA moved out. If true, this obviously isn’t a tactial retreat.

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Running down the M4 highway because you have no transport isn’t a tactical retreat, it’s a bloody rout. Poor soldiers, I feel sorry for them if they have no trucks or vehicles to make a quick and orderly retreat. SAA also left lots of stocks of weapons and ammo again. They never learn. The officer class is crap just as in all arab armies. It’s the main reason they can’t fight. SAA are poorly led and poorly prepared in a number of areas. In others like Deir-ez-Zor the opposite is true. Time to concentrate the army and get the commanders… Read more »
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Anon:
‘Command deficiencies’ have been a serial failure for SAA, and ISF as well. Both SAA and ISF have very good commanders, good commanders, adequate commanders, some who are inexperienced but show promise, and all too many who are far more a danger to their troops than they ever will be to the enemy. The trouble is that you can’t tell which grade of officer is in command until they do some work and show what they’ve got.

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Idleb.

Jaysh al Fatah has taken: Ain Hamra, and stormed Jannat al Qura….

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Excellent news, Ziad. Seems the campaign is very to close to the end. Hope it will end with a total uncontested control over Qalamoun and Arsal and Faleeta sealed off and safe from any plan of counter-offensive and after that, all the troops Hezbollah can shift will be deployed in Idlib to stop the terrorist offensive (ideally even if I understand it’s unlikely to happen II would love they will be deployed in Aleppo to see if there’s a momentum to a decisive push towards Nubbol, that in terms of km from the target seems the “more doable”, just to… Read more »
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“It is frequently a misfortune to have very brilliant men in charge of affairs. They expect too much of ordinary men.”

– Thucydides

Syrians will fight.
Hezbollah will fight.
Iranians will fight.
Russians will fight.
Internationals will fight.
Professional army veterans will fight.

https://youtu.be/2gke0FtgFSk

For the SYRIAN women and children!

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Thucydides:
True. Another factor is that very brilliant men sometimes tend to ‘over think’ things, where a merely highly competent commander may rely more on soldier’s instinct to move forward, hold in place, or pull back. I’d rather serve with the latter than the former. Just sayin’.

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Thanks for all these updates, Ziad. you are inspired these days. So great to see Hezbollah and SAA improving tactics and scoring more and more important victories. The terrorists are mostly disorganized brigands, pirates and losers. Appropriate they signed on to a losing cause.

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Ah the Trolls, their frantic appearance always confirms good news for Team Sooriya.

As always, great reporting Ziad.

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